Building Community. Building Hope.

Building a better Anchorage, that’s the promise of the Anchorage Home Builders Association (AHBA) and its members. The AHBA Care Endowment fuels the mission through charitable contributions and driving volunteer efforts to help Alaskans in need of safe, healthy housing. Funded by pledges from AHBA members, the Care Endowment helps the community while also building awareness and raising the profile of Anchorage’s homebuilding industry.

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Join us in Raising Money for a Cut for a Cause

Our friend Randee Johnson was recently diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer. Johnson is the owner of SafeLogic, a company that specializes in staffing safety and administrative personnel to Alaska businesses. Many of our members work with Johnson. However, surgery and chemo have made it very difficult for her to continue to operate her business. When you’re self-employed, that means there’s no income coming in.


Johnson is a single mother of three children, ages 6, 10 and 12. She’s an active member of our community, who friends say is always willing to help everyone. Now is our chance to help her. Please consider donating to the fund we are setting up through our Care Endowment. 


We’re calling this a cut for a cause because your donation brings us closer to getting President Eric Visser to cut his man bun. If AHBA raises $15,000, Visser will shave his man bun at the Gold Hammer Awards Ceremonies on Oct. 8, 2021. The highest bidder at the event will be the one who gets to do the shaving.

These donations are not tax deductible.


Other ways the Care Endowment Gives


Your Donations Matter

The Care Endowment is funded solely through generous contributions from AHBA members. There are many ways to give and all are tax deductible. For example, members can make flat pledges, or donate a portion of proceeds from the closing of a house or every roofing project completed for an AHBA member contractor. Through donated funds, AHBA can continue its commitment to improving the quality of life in Anchorage while raising awareness about AHBA and its members.


Working together, we can make an impact and build a better community for our neighbors.

Partnerships & Programs

  • AHBA Shoebox Program

  • AHBA Scholarship Program

  • Anchorage residents
    in need

  • Anchorage Fire Department

  • Children’s Lunchbox

  • Covenant House

  • Habitat for Humanity

  • KCC Workforce Development

  • Salvation Army’s
    McKinnell House

  • United Way

  • Valor Corp

Do you have a project that needs funding?

Contact the AHBA Care Endowment Committee today,